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President Weah’s Sincerity Questioned…

By Brutus Carter A Professor of Politics and Government at the IBB Graduate School of International Affairs, Hon. Thomas Kaydor, has welcomed President Weah’s call for all Liberians to join him build Liberia, but has questioned the sincerity of the

Sanctions Hang Over Liberia

Sanctions Hang Over Liberia By Brutus Carter According to the Oxford Dictionary, sanction is a threatened penalty for disobeying a law or rule, official permission or approval for an action. During the Presidency of Mr. Charles Gankay Taylor, the International

LRA Prepares Judges, Lawyers for Transfer Pricing Cases To Protect Revenue

LRA Prepares Judges, Lawyers for Transfer Pricing Cases To Protect Revenue The Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) on Tuesday, 29 May 2018 kicked off a two-day training for judicial officials including judges and lawyers on Transfer Pricing in Monrovia. The training,

“President Weah Fooled US”: Disappointed CDC Youths Claim

“President Weah Fooled US”: Disappointed CDC Youths Claim Dweh Wilson  A group of Partisans of the Coalition for Democratic Change have accused President George Manneh Weah of deceiving them during the 2017 Presidential elections. According to the group of partisans, mainly

In South-Eastern Region: CDC’s Pro-Poor Agenda Increasing Hardship?

In South-Eastern Region: CDC’s Pro-Poor Agenda Increasing Hardship? By Frontier Staff Writer The South-eastern region overwhelmingly voted for Mr. George Manneh Weah to become President of the Republic mainly because he comes from one of the South-eastern counties, Grand Kru. Fortunately

   War crimes court petition surfaces in House plenary

War crimes court petition surfaces in House plenary Dweh Wilson writes On Thursday, May 24, 2018, a petition calling for the establishment of war crimes court formed part of the agenda of the usual siting of members of the lower

Weah’s Government: Pro-Poor or Pro-Rich?

Weah’s Government: Pro-Poor or Pro-Rich? During the 2017 Presidential and Legislative elections, the Coalition for Democratic Change had a very vague campaign mantra- ‘Change for Hope’. Up to date, it is unclear what this really means. Although the Coalition has

Liberians Demand War Crimes Court: Petition Lawmakers

Liberians Demand War Crimes Court: Petition Lawmakers By Agnes M. Tarr The grounds of the Capitol on Tuesday, May 9, 2018 was seen with onlookers and by-passers when hundreds of Liberians stormed the Capitol Building in their quest to demand and

Grand Bassa County Breaks Investment Record: Gets 500 MILLION USD Commitment

Grand Bassa County Breaks Investment Record: Gets 500 MILLION USD Commitment Following the end of the historic 2018 Grand Bassa Trade & Investment Conference in Buchanan, US based Stalwart Green Global International (SGGI) has signed up to a US $500

Drugs Shortage at Barreken Clinic: -Health officer calls for help

Drugs Shortage at Barreken Clinic: -Health officer calls for help  By Agnes M. Tarr The Barreken clinic located in Maryland County is experiencing an increasing rate of drug shortages, which have caused numerous difficulties for clinicians, health care facilities, and